OpenGPU Lab


The opengpu cluster is for CUDA based computing at the School of ICS and accessible to any user with an ICS shell account. Each system has

Long running jobs must be submitted through our SGE job queueing system in order to properly balance resources. Jobs executed from via SGE jobs queueing system will be given priority over jobs running on the command line.

Logging In

You may log in remotely from any host using an ssh client. See our common tools page for a list of clients.

Log in to

See directions for connecting to openlab

This is a reminder that most instructional hosts, including OpenGPU hosts, require SSH Keys or use of Campus VPN for clients connecting from off campus. Off campus ssh clients are no longer be allowed to login using a password.


  • Operating System: CentOS 7 (Redhat Enterprise Linux 7 Equivalent)
  • Provisioning: Puppet 3.x
  • Primary Investigator: Computing Support
  • Contact Email:

Hardware Specifications

The Opengpu hosts are made up of:

Phase 2 Cluster (poison)

Description Information
Count 1
Model Supermicro SYS-7049GP-TRT
Processor Intel(R) Xeon(R) Silver 4114 CPU @ 2.20GHz
GPUNVIDIA Corporation GP102 [TITAN Xp]
RAM 128 GB
RAID none
Redundant Power Yes


User Access

  • All Users

Services Provided


Complete rosters for the opengpu group can be displayed with the following qconfcommands:

qconf -shgrp @opengpu.h
hardware/cluster/opengpu.txt · Last modified: 2021/11/29 09:42 by luciad
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